Causes of boil and does it transmit through sexual intercourse?

Boil. Boils are referred to as abscesses, in the medical community. They can occur from breaks in the skin, which provide a route of infection for bacteria to form an abscess (collection of pus/infection). When this happens, you may need to see a medical provider who may need to prescribe you antibiotics or incise and drain the abscess. Some home remedies may include a warm compress and ibuprofen.

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Hallo can boils occur after sexual intercourse. I have 2 boils at each wall of my virgaina.

Get them checked. The boils after sex may be something other than a "boil". STD's are possible along with other types of infection. Have a MD assess the area. Read more...

I have a boil on the inside of my leg. If I keep it clean and sterilized as I should is it safe to have sexual intercourse?

Staph infection. Avoid intercourse for now since sweating, heat and rubbing can make it worse. You may also infect your partner. Try to keep area dry and clean. See you doctor if boil becomes more swollen, red, hot and painful. Read more...
Yes. Yes it is safe as long as this intercourse is going to be protected intercourse,no body,sexual fluids exchange.friction between the boil and any other body might be bad for the boil and might irritate it. Read more...

I have never been able to have an orgasm through sexual intercourse. Can there be anything that caused this? I have no past traumas.

Normal Sex. This is not only common it is one of the biggest secrets that shouldn't be a secret. Many couples have to learn to incorporate clitoral stimulation with intercourse. Some females prefer to keep this role but many of their partners love being able to please their female partner. It is all about communication and practice. I often recommend getting a guide book to sex to figure this stuff out. Read more...

Can sexual intercourse through the vagina cause a air embolism, I'm so scared to have sex with my partner in 26 weeks pregnant?

Unlikely, is ossible. Air embolism is at greatest risk from oral sex where air is blown into the vagina, or from unusual positioning during intercourse, e.g. Anal sex. Pregnancy puts women at higher risk of air embolism, so you are justified in being concerned, proceed at your own risk. Read more...

Frequency in micturation and pain during sexual intercourse causes, management and prognosis?

Get exam. To definitively give you a proper diagnosis, with the subsequent mangement and prognosis, you need a history and physical exam with testing in your case (possible diabetes, infection, endometriosis, etc) to properly provide you the answers. Good luck. Read more...

My sister has herpes, isit possible that she can give it to me? Or isit only transferred through sexual intercourse?

Yes and No. Genital herpes is transmitted via sexual activities, because the infected person has the virus on his or her sex organs. Herpes in non-genital locations would thus be transmitted via non-sexual activities... but is also transmitted via sexual activities if a person does sexual activities with non-sexual parts of his or her body. Read more...

Causes of unknown bleeding from the clitoris? (no sexual intercourse)

Physical exam. There is not much we can say about this problem without doing an exam. The Obgyn will need to look at the anatomy and confirm the problem and confirm the source of bleeding. They will look for things like lacerations and infections. Read more...